May’s edition of All Things Autism in Essex saw Aston and regular contributor Anna Kennedy OBE, founder of autism charity Annakennedyonline highlight the Autism’s Got Talent roadshow in Teeside by speaking to some of the performers and also spoke about the latest news from the autism community as well as the charity Annakennedyonline.


The first of Aston and Anna’s guests was Beth Miller.


The second of Aston and Anna’s guests was Fred Tennant.



Anna had this to say after the show:


“Another great show with Aston talking ‘All things Autism in Essex’ and feedback from the Autism’s got Talent Roadshow at The Stockton Globe Theatre.


“We had 2 of the performers talking about their experience and still buzzing from the show.


“Our first guest Beth Miller a trained singer from Guisborough with over 20 years of experience. Beth was overjoyed to have been asked by Bobby Latheron a song writer and author on the autism spectrum. Bobby has written a book ‘My world in my Words’ available on Amazon . Beth shared she had a wonderful experience singing on the show and was blown away by all the performers especially Martin Finn.


“Our second guest was Fred Tennant who has been attending Daisy Chain for a year now and said he had a fantastic experience performing in front of friends and family. 55-year-old Fred sang a song that he shared sums up his love of life ‘Love like this’ by Lauren Daigle. There wasn’t a dry eye in the theatre.


“Please see press release about the show in The London Post.



“We are still looking for performers for our AGT in London and Autism Hero Awards . Please check out information on the charity website.


“Enjoy your Bank Holiday Weekend All. See you next month.”


All Things Autism in Essex will return in June.



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